CAS, Guest Designer, Handmade Cards

Guest Designer at CAS(E) This Sketch #180

I am so excited to be asked to guest design at CAS(E) This Sketch this week! I hope you have as much fun playing with this sketch as I did.

Here is the challenge sketch:


This sketch really intrigued me and it took some thought to figure out how to incorporate the gap in the sentiment strip. Here’s my take on the sketch:

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I chose a colour scheme of turquoise and yellow for my card. I started by stamping the flowers and leaves from the MFT Mini Modern Blooms stamp set with memento ink. I then dye cut them out.

For the strip across the middle, I die cut a black card banner using one of the banners from the Lawn Fawn Everyday Sentiment Banners die set.

I cut the banner into two pieces and arranged them on the card so the flags met, with a gap in between. Before attaching to the card, I heat embossed in white a sentiment from the Clearly Besotted Many Messages stamp set on the banner for the right hand side of the card. I also added a thin silver glitter strip to the top for a little bling.

I arranged flowers and leaves, then adhered them to the card. For the largest flower and the flower on the left, I used foam squares for dimension. 

I decided to use enamel dots for the top left detail, and found some in turquoise to match the flower and leaves.

Finally, I couldn’t resist adding some blue adhesive gems to the centre of the yellow flowers and a grey enamel dot to the centre of the turquoise flower.

Thank you to Chrissy and the team at CAS(E) This Sketch for inviting me to join them for this challenge. 

Here’s a link to the challenge page: CAS 180

Have a fabulous day.

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